Launched in early 2021, the third generation Suzuki GSX 1300 R Hayabusa it is on its way to Brazil and will arrive in the second half of this year. Information from J. Toledo, the official representative of Suzuki Motos in the country, shows that the motorcycle from Japanese manufacturer it will arrive here with updated visuals as well as technical changes.
Although the engine remains the same 1,340 cm³ inline four cylinder, the Hayabusa has an updated chassis. The suspension has received upgrades and now has a forward fork. In addition, the unit has a 120 mm stroke and a modified internal single-arm design at the rear. Recalibration increases comfort and stability.
THE The new Suzuki Hayabusa It also adopted Brembo Stylema dual-disc front brake calipers. On the back, it uses a single disc. The brakes have an ABS system. In addition, the wheels are wrapped with Battlax Hypersport S22 tires made by bridgestone. Regarding the performance of the liquid-cooled engine, there is 190 hp of power and a torque of 15.3 mkgf at 7,000 rpm, and speed maximum speed of 299 km / h.
In terms of dimensions, the third generation Hayabusa looked like this: 2.18 meters long, 73.5 centimeters wide and 1.17 meters tall. In total, it is 264 kg. The fuel tank has a capacity of 20 liters.
Available in black and gold, silver and red and white as well as blue, the Suzuki Hayabusa is also known for its innovative electronic design. So it got a new LCD panel. With full LED lighting. Likewise, the Suzuki Intelligent Steering System (SIRS) now features a Bosch IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit). That is, the supersport bike retains selectable modes.
Still among the technologies, the new Hayabusa has a launch control system and speed limiter, as well as automatic, lane brakes and descent control. The model will arrive in Brazil in the CKD (Completely Knocked Down) regime, and will be assembled at the Suzuki factory in Manaus (AM). The brand did not disclose the price.